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Communist Party Believes Biden Will Neutralize China’s Enemies

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The propaganda pamphlet of the Communist Party of China (CCP), the Global Times, assures that Biden‘s team is “more skilled, sophisticated and rational in handling foreign affairs” and that the former Vice-President “will improve coordination and cooperation with America’s allies, including Australia. The article was published in the midst of the current tensions between Australia and the CCP.

Frictions between Australia and China continue to escalate thanks to Zhao Lijian, director of the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Information Department, who tweeted a fake video of an Australian soldier with a knife in the neck of an Afghan child.

What the Communist Party of China expects from Team Biden

The Global Times shamelessly states that under a Biden administration “the United States will return to normal relations with China.” This, however, means restoring policies that have weakened U.S. industries in the past.

The regime’s official media believes that a Biden-lead administration would calm Australia down and make it “reflect on its previous calculations directed at Beijing.” He assures that the difference in diplomacy between “the Biden and Trump administrations will be this: Biden will not approach it in an extreme and indiscriminate manner.” Unlike Trump’s team with Pompeo, he continues, the Biden administration does not expect Australia to treat China radically with radical actions that could affect the economy of ordinary Australians. At some point, a hidden threat from the CCP can be felt.

The article tries to predict the future of U.S. relations with Australia, and its author assures that this  relationship will depend on the ties between Washington and Beijing, and that since Australia is a member of the supranational intelligence alliance called the Five Eyes, it will “dance to the tune” of a Biden presidency.

What the Communist Party of China expects from Team Biden

Frictions between the two countries have been going on for months, when Canberra took an anti-Chinese-influence stance on domestic affairs. In June, Australian government intelligence agencies raided the homes of Chinese “journalists” based in this Oceania country. The four foreigners detained belonged to state agencies of the Beijing regime (Xinhua News Agency, China Central Radio, CCTV and China News Agency). 

GT believes the Biden administration would calm Australia and make it “reflect on its previous calculations directed at Beijing.” (Photo: Flickr)

In light of these events, the Global Times published an article entitled “Australia’s policy towards China resembles McCarthyism,” where it affirms without any shame that if this path is followed, Canberra should not rule out more aggressive actions and a “severe warning” from the CCP.

Another measure taken by the Australian government in this regard is the banning of foreign donations to politicians after obtaining official reports of “concern” about Beijing’s intentions to influence domestic policy.

In addition, Australia was the first in a long list of countries that banned Huawei’s 5G technology for its use in spying and political surveillance. In addition to these two actions, Canberra promoted an independent investigation with other allied countries into the true origins of the Coronavirus.

On the other hand, while the CCP is at the forefront of a military revolution using genetic editing technology to enhance the performance of its soldiers, Australia has increased its defense spending by 40% for the next ten years focusing on the Indo-Pacific region. “We want an Indo-Pacific (region) free of coercion and hegemony. We want a region where all countries, large and small, can freely participate with each other and be guided by international rules and standards,” said Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Added to this is the strengthening of a military alliance between Tokyo and Canberra.

Morrison said that Australia will spend $186.5 billion to increase longer-range attack capabilities in air, sea and land.

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